Our vision is that Plymouth’s communities will be models of waste minimisation and sustainable procurement, using goods and services of high environmental and ethical standards from local sources where practicable, and increasing value for money by reducing, reusing, repairing and recycling as much as possible.
2015 – Get Wasted Event
Where we had special guest speaker Alison Ashby (Plymouth University) talking to use about sustainable business models of closed loop manufacturing systems.
Then we had a wide range of stalls from the huge variety of ‘waste’ organisations in Plymouth!
Attendees made pledges to finish.
Plymouth Food Waste Partnership – Feasibility Study Published 2017!
GOING TO WASTE PFWPFeasibilityStudy 2017 (3).pdf